Jacob Vanderlint

(1670—1740) economic theorist

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Vanderlint died in London in February 1740. He was a timber merchant, and was probably a native of London, although his family came from Holland. He is known today for his treatise Money Answers all Things, published in 1734. A previous work, which covered the need for better management and More productivity in agriculture, is now lost.


From The Biographical Dictionary of British Economists in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Economics.

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